Arsene wenger has had multiple offers in the past to leave Arsenal for other clubs and even national teams. Over his time at Arsenal, Wenger has had offers from Real Madrid, PSG while also receiving offers to manage France and most recently England.
Wenger was approached by the FA to manage England over the summer but he ultimately declined the offer in order to stay at Arsenal and try to win that elusive Premier League title. Following Sam Allardyce’s resignation yesterday, Wenger has once again cropped on the list of potential candidates to take over.
The Daily Telegraph reports that the FA will make another approach to sign Wenger at the end of the season. The FA are not prepared to wait until next summer by which time, Wenger’s contract will be up at Arsenal, although Arsenal are willing to offer Wenger an extension.
The move might make sense for both parties; Arsene Wenger might see the job as a new challenge, while England need a man to take England out of the rut they find themselves in. England will face a fight for the Frenchman, however, as majority shareholder, Stan Kroenke will not want to part with Wenger. That said, Wenger has publicly refused to rule out the job.
Could I manage England? Why not? I would never rule that out, but I am happy and focused in club football. England is my second country.
Who knows, Wenger may well be the man England need.
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